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My mom is THE pecan pie lady.  At any family gathering, church function or holiday meal you better believe she will be baking a pecan pie from scratch and there won’t be a crumb left to take home.  With all the corn syrup, brown sugar, pecans and butter-each slice comes in at a hot 500 calories or more.  WOAH.  Most individuals can’t afford to consume that many calories on dessert alone, especially after a holiday meal where we all tend to overindulge a bit….or a lot. Guilty as charged!

Mama just might have a little competition this year.  I made these mini pumpkin pecan pie bites for a cooking demo and they were a hit! The filling is made with real pumpkin puree mixed with almond butter and cinnamon then placed in mini phyllo dessert shells, which you can find in the frozen section at most grocery stores.  Tip: I piped the filling into the mini shells from a sealable sandwich baggie where I had snipped off the corner with scissors.  Cleanup is a dream!

Then I topped the shells with pecans, maple syrup, local raw honey and vanilla.  Two of these bite size pies are only about 130 calories, less than 10 grams of sugar and BONUS-you get 4 grams of protein and 2 grams of fiber per serving.  Serve these warm at your next holiday party and if you’re feeling feisty, you may even top with a tiny dollop of whipped cream! ENJOY!


UntitledUntil the next best bite! 🙂

Pumpkin Pecan Pie Bites


November 15, 2015


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    November 16th, 2015 at 1:33 am

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  2. Best Bite Ever

    November 16th, 2015 at 11:40 am

    Thank you! Hope you enjoy!

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